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No students injured in Newton bus crash

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NEWTON, Mass. (WHDH) - Sky7 HD was over the scene of a school bus crash in Newton Monday afternoon.

A car traveling south collided head on with the school bus which was heading north. The driver of the car, a 66-year-old woman from Newton, was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. That woman was later cited in relation to the crash.

The accident happened just after 3 p.m. at Parker Street and David Road.

Twenty-six students were on the bus from Brown Middle School, but there are no reports of anyone hurt. Police said two students did complain about bumps and bruises and were taken back to the school to be checked out.

The remaining students were dropped off, put on another bus and taken home on their regular route.

“The bus was in motion heading north on Parker Street when the other vehicle was involved in a collision with it. At this time our investigators are trying to determine what caused the accident, see if it was driver error or something else. But at this time it does remain under investigation,” Said Lt. Bruce Apotheker, Newton Police Dept.
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